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VBI CARITAS ET AMOR DEVS IBI EST 



The years at Newton College have 
filled us with that joy and love of 
truth which the founders of Newton 
have tried so hard to make a part of 
our life. In gratitude and love we 
dedicate this account of our college 
days to 

Mother Eleanor Kenny, 

President of Newton, 

who has, from the very first, loved, 

and planned for, and shaped the 

college. 




Nancy Dolan, Secretary; Grace Conlev, President: Jeanne Hartford, 
Vice-President; Alice Ann O'Brien, Treasurer. 



Calliolic Action 2, 3; Choir 
Glee Club 1, 2. 




I/Dawaya daune (/-Jerkin 

6 ALDEN PLACE, BRONXVILLE, NEW YORK 

The Ursuline Academy of New Rochelle 

MAJOR: Sociology - MINOR: History 



Life's a pleasant institution, 
Let us take it as it comes. 



-W. S. Gilbert 




Calliclic Action 2, 3; Choir 1; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4— President 
3. 4; Newtones 3, ): Philosophy 
Club 3: Combined Language 
Clubs 4; Dean's List 5 limes: 
Hockey Team 2. 3. 



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23 BEVERLY ROAD, WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, Connecticut 



MAJOR: Philosophy - MINOR: English 



The acquiring of culture is the developing of an 

avid hunger for knowledge and beauty. 



—Jesse Lee Bennett 






Maryville College 1; Catholic 
Action 3; T.R.C. 2, 3. 




6907 HAYVENHURST, VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA 
Dominican Convent, San Rafael, California 



MAJOR: History - MINOR: Sociology 
The truly generous is the truly wise. 



John Howe 




Catholic Action 1, 3; Missions 
2, 3; Interracial 1; Wheat and 
Cockle Staff 3. 4; French Club 
2; Dean's List 4 times. 



l^atricia Callahan C^. de 

350 CHESTNUT STREET, WEST NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Newton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: English Literature — MINOR: Contemporary English Literature 



That minister of ministers, 
Imagination, gathers up 
The undiscovered universe, 
Like jewels in a jasper cup. 



-John Davidson 



Catholic Action 3; Glee Club 1; 
Dramatic Club 2, 4; Combined 
Language Clubs 4. 




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6 AVON STREET, NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS 
Walnut Hill School, Natick, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: Spanish - MINOR: Social Sciences 

She doelh little kindnesses 

Which most leave undone, or despise. 



-James Russell Lowell 




Catholic Action 2, 3; Choir 2; 
Glee Club 1; Freshman Forum; 
I.R.C. 2, 3, 4— Secretary 2, Treas- 
urer 3; Yearbook— Editor-in- 
Chief 4; French Club 1, 2, 3- 
Secretary 2, Vice-President 3; 
Dean's List 5 times; Dean's 
Honor List twice. 



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49 CHRYSLER AVENUE, OTTAWA, ONTARIO. CANADA 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Sault-au-Recollet, Canada 

MAJOR: Philosophy - MINOR: English 

Great thoughts, like great, deeds, need 
No trumpet. 



\ J. Bailey 



Catholic Action 3; 

3; I.R.C. 3; French Club 3; 

Dean's List once. 




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68 LOUDERS LANE, JAMAICA PLAIN, MASSACHUSETTS 
Girls' Latin School, Boston, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: History - MINOR: French 



The noblest mind the best contentment lias. 




Class President 1.2.3. 4— Student 
Government 1, 2. 3, 4— President 
4; Social Committee 4; Catholic 
Action 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 
2; Dramatic Club 3. 4; Freshman 
Forum— Chairman. 



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"LIA FALE", RIDGEFIELD, CONNECTICUT 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, Connecticut 

MAJOR: English - MINOR: History 

/ am as constant as the northern star, 
Of ichose true fixed and resting quality 
There is no fellow in the firmament. 



-Shakespeare 



Catholic Action i, a, 3; I.R.C. 
1, a, 3, 4— Vice-President 4; 
Yearbook— Assistant Art Editor 
4; French Club 1, a; Combined 
Language Clubs 4; President 
Italian Club 4. 




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AVENIDA ANGELICA 580, SAO PAOLO, BRAZIL 
Convent of the Sacred Heart, Menlo Park, California 

MAJOR: History - MINOR: Modern Languages 



Variety's the very spice of life 
That gives it all its flavor. 




Catholic Action i, 2, 3. 4: Choir 
1, 4; Liturgical Choir 4: Glee 
Club 1; Dramatic Club 2, 3; 
Yearbook— Literary Editor 4; 
Hockey Team 1,2. 



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4 HUDSON RIVER ROAD, RIVERDALE, NEW YORK 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, Connecticut 



MAJOR: English - MINOR: An 



Her air, her Manners, all who saw admired. 



Catholic Action l, 3; Missions 
2; Choir 2; Glee Club 1, 2. 




120! ELMWOOD AVENUE, WILMETTE, ILLINOIS 
Convent of the Sacred Heart, Lake Forest, Illinois 

MAJOR: Sociology - MINOR: History 



/ make the most of all that comes, 
And the least of all that goes. 



-Sara Teasdai.e 







Class Secretary 3. 4; Social Com- 
miliee 3. 4; Catholic Action i, 
2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4— 
President 4; Yearbook Staff 4: 
French Club 1, 2; Dean's List 6 
times. 



io CLYDE STREET, NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS 

Convent ok the Sacred Heart, Newton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: History - MINOR: French 

The part was aptly fitted and naturally performed. 



-Shakespeare 



Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter- 
racial 2: Glee Club 1, 3, 4; 
Science Club 2, 3, 4— Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Intercollegiate Chemical 
Society Delegate 3, 4; Inter- 
collegiate Mathematics Society 
3, 4; Dean's List 7 times. 




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CENTRE STREET, WEST ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS 
Girls' Latin School, Boston, Massachusetts 



MAJOR: Mathematics - MINOR: Physics 

Power rests in tranquillity. 




Catholic Action 1, s, 3— Secretary 
3; Missions 1: Choir 1: Glee 
Club 1. 2; I.R.C. 3. 4; Dean's 
List 3 times; Hockey Team 1, 2. 
3, 4; Basketball Team 1, 2. 



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275 MARSH STREET, BELMONT, MASSACHUSETTS 
Convent of the Sacred Heart, Newton, Massachusetts 



MAJOR: Philosophy - MINOR: History 



ith wit well-natured, and with books well bred. 



Catholic Action 1, 2, 3; Missions 
2: Interracial 2, 3; Freshman 
Forum; I.R.C. 2, 3; Dean's List 
once. 




(/Samara ^Arnri Ljouild O. de 

jo DWINNELL STREET, WEST ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS 
Girls' Latin School, Boston, Massachusetts 



MAJOR: History - MINOR: Education 

She is mirror of all courtesy. 




Class Vice-President 2, 3, 4; 
.Student Government 2, 3, 4— 
Vice-President 4: Catholic Ac- 
lion 1. 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 4: 
Hockey Team 1, 2. 3. 4; Basket- 
ball Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic 
Association— Secretary 2, Treas- 
urer 3. President 4. 



/jeanne Vvlarie Bradford L^. de 

980 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, BRIGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Newton, Massachusetts 



MAJOR: Economics and Sociology — MINOR: History 



Good sense, which is the only gift of Heaven, 
And though no science, fairly worth the seven. 



Catholic Action 1, 2, 3. 4-Vice- 
President 4; Missions 1, 2: In- 
terracial 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 
2; Freshman Forum; I.R.C. 3. 




L^kanotte ^s4lcl?L 



54 ALLERTON ROAD, MILTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Jeanne DArc Academy, Milton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: Sociology - MINOR: English 



'Twas her thinking of others made you think of her 



-E. B. Browning 




Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Dramatic Club 3, j; Yearbook 
Mall 4. 



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l^atricia ^Mriqqin5 O. de 



963 CENTRE STREET, NEWTON CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS 
Sacred Heart High School, Newton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: English - MINOR: Education 



Politeness is ns natural to delicate natures as perfume is to flowers. 

-De Finod 



Calholic Action 2. 3: Missions 
3; Interracial 2, 3, 4— Vice- 
President 3, President 4: Choir 
2, 3, 4; Liturgical Choir 4: 
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4— Treas- 
urer 3, Vice-President 4; Wheat 
and Cockle 3, 4; N.E.C.S.P.F. 3, 
4; Dean's List 4 times; Dean's 
Honor List once. 




I^kuttis C^talvte ^MoUctr 

5 HART STREET, KINGSTON, JAMAICA, B.W.I. 
Convent of Mercy Academy, Alpha, Jamaica, B.W.I. 

MAJOR: English Literature - MINOR: Latin 

The true, strong and sound mind is the mind 
that can embrace equally great thi7igs and small. 



-Samuel Johnson 




Class Vice-President 1; Student 
Government 1; Catholic Action 
i, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Dramatic 
Club 2, 3; Freshman Forum— 
Vice-Chairman; Hockey Team 
4; Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Athletic Association— Vice-Presi- 
dent 4. 



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57 FRESH POND LANE, CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 
Jeanne D'Arc Academy, Milton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: Social Science - MINOR: History 

It is good 
To lengthen In the last a sunny mood. 



-James Russell Lowell 



Catholic Action i, 2, 3, 4; Mis- 
sions 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Year- 
book Start 4; Hockey Team 1, 
2; Basketball Team 1. 




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44 LOCHSTEAD AVENUE, JAMAICA PLAIN, MASSACHUSETTS 
Notre Dame Academy, Roxbury, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: History - MINOR: Education 

A happy soul thai all the way 
To heaxien liath a summer's day. 



-Richard Crashaw 




Social Committee 3, 4-Chair- 
man 4; Catholic Action 1, 2. 3; 
Interracial 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 
3; Chairman C.Q.C. 3; Science 
Club 2; Hockey Team 1, 2, 3. 



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25 HUTCHINSON AVENUE, SCARSDALE, NEW YORK 
Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, Connecticut 

MAJOR: History - MINOR: Sociology 



Who mixed reason with pleasure, and wisdom with 
merriment. 



Catholic Action 1, a, 3; Orches- 
tra 3, 4; Combined Language 
Clubs 4; President Spanish 
Club 4; Dean's List 5 times. 




cU.oulde cU-unch 

26 LEWIS STREET, NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Newton High School, Newton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: Spanish - MINOR: French 



The happiest person is the person who thinks the 
most interesting thoughts. 



-Timothy Dwight 




Catholic Action 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Freshman 
Forum; French Club 1, 2, 3— 
Treasurer 3; Science Club 2, 
3. 4- 



21 ALD WORTH STREET, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Roxbury Academy of Notre Dame, Roxbury, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: Biology - MINOR: Education 

Oh, only a free soul will never groiu old! 



-Jean Paul Richter 



Catholic Action i, 2, 3, 4- 
Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Missions 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Liturgical 
Choir 4; Glee Club 1; Newtones 
3, 4: Freshman Forum; Dra- 
matic Club 2, 3, 4: N.F.C.C.S.- 
Junior Delegate 2, Senior Dele- 
gate 3, Regional Recording Sec- 
retary 4; Junior Weekend Chair- 
man 3. 




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146 BEACH 148 STREET, NEPONSIT, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK 
Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, Connecticut 

MAJOR: English - MINOR: Sociology 

Home-keeping hearts are happiest. 



-Longfellow 




Catholic Action 3; Missions 2; 
Interracial 3. 4; Glee Club 2; 
I.R.C. 4; Combined Language 
Clubs 4: Science Club 3, 4; 
Dean's List twice; Dean's Hon- 
or List 3 times. 



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261 THATCHER STREET, BROCKTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Lithuanian Secondary School, Munich, Germany 



MAJOR: Mathematics - MINOR: Physics 
Purpose is what gives life a meaning. 



-Charles H. Parkhurst 



Catholic Action 1. 2. 3, 4; Mis- 
sions 1; Interracial 1; Dramatic 
Club 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 
4; Intercollegiate Chemical So- 
ciety Delegate 3, 4, Banquet 
Chairman 4; Orchestra 3; Dean's 
List twice; Hockey Team 1. 




1 1/ lamaret (Elizabeth Aoiepk / v Ic^rnture 

648 WEST ROXBURY PARKWAY, ROSLINDALE, MASSACHUSETTS 
Girls' Latin School, Boston, Massachusetts 



MAJOR: Chemistry - MINOR: Biology 
A tender heart; a will inflexible. 



-Longfellow 




ManhaUanvillc 1; Catholic Ac- 
tion 2, 3; I.R.C. 3, 4. 



daviet ff/ccU,achtan 

OHEHYAHTAH PLACE, DANBURY, CONNECTICUT 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Albany, New York 

MAJOR: History - MINOR: English 



Curiosity is one of the most permanent and 
certain characteristics of a vigorous intellect. 



-Samuel Johnson 



Heidelberg University i: Cath- 
olic Action 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 2, 3: 
Combined Language Clubs 4; 
Science Club 2. 3. 4; Dean's 
List 3 times; Dean's Honor 
List twice. 




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159 VERNON STREET, WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 
Lithuanian Secondary School "Maironis", Kempten, Allcau, Germany 

MAJOR: Chemistry - MINOR: Physics 

And thou my mind aspire to higher things, 
Grow rich in that which never taketh rust. 



-Sir Philip Sidney 




Club 1; Freshman Forum; I.R.C. 
i: Dramatic Club 2. 3: Year- 



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(Eleanor L^kndtlne ff/umku 

1134 BROOK ROAD, MILTON, MASSACHUSETTS 
Jeanne D'Arc Academy, Milton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: English - MINOR: Art 



Blest with a taste exact, yet unconfined, 

A knowledge both of boohs and human hind. 



Class Treasurer 3. 4; Social 
Committee 2. 3. 4; Catholic 
Action 3: Missions 1, 2, 3— 
.Secretary 2; Glee Club 1; Fresh- 
man Forum; I.R.C. 2, 3. 4— 
President 3. ); N.S.A. Junior 
Delegate 3; Dean's List twice; 
Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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35 PROSPECT PARK WEST, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 

Academy of Mount Saint Vincent, Tuxedo Park, New York 

MAJOR: English - MINOR: Education 



The windows of my soul I linen, 
Wide open to the sun. 




Catholic Action 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1; Dramatic Club 2, 
3, 4; Yearbook— Business Man- 
ager 4; French Club 2; Science 
Club 2, 3, 4— President 4; Inter- 
collegiate Chemical Society Del- 
egate 4; Intercollegiate Mathe- 
matical Society Delegate 3, 4; 
Deans List twice: Hockey Team 

2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 1, 2, 

3. 4- 



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60 WILLOW CRESCENT, BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Newton, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: Biology - MINOR: Mathematics 



Oh! blessed with temper whose unclouded ray 
Can make tomorrow cheerful as today. 



—Pope 



Maiyville College 1: Catholic 
Action 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; O.S.P. 
Delegate 4: Dean's List 4 times. 




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131 MAPLE STREET, WILMETTE, ILLINOIS 
Convent of the Sacred Heart. Lake Forest, Illinois 

MAJOR: History - MINOR: French 



Soft peace she brings, wherever 
She arrives. 




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10855 DESOTO, CHATSWORTH, CALIFORNIA 
Corvallis High School, North Hollywood, California 



MAJOR: History - MINOR: Art 

A good laugh is sunshine in a liouse. 



Catholic Action l, s, 3, 4; Mis- 
sions 4; Choir 4; Glee Club 1, 
2; Dramatic Club 3; I.R.C. 4. 




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90 KENWOOD ROAD, GROSSE POINTE FARMS, MICHIGAN 
Convent of the Sacred Heart, Grosse Pointe, Michigan 



MAJOR: English - MINOR: Sociology 

/ have a heart with room for every joy. 




Vassar 1, 2, 3; Cathol: 
3; I.R.C. 4; Deans Li 
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42 FISHER PLACE, TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 
Miss Fine's School, Princeton, New Jersey 

MAJOR: Philosophy - MINOR: Art 

My heart still flies above me for 
Tlie quarry it shall find. 



-William Rose Benet 



Class Treasurer 1; Social Com- 
mittee 1; Catholic Action 1, 2, 
3: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Fresh- 
man Forum; Wheat and Cockle 
3, 4— Editor 4; French Club 
2, 3. 




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33 FLETCHER ROAD, BELMONT, MASSACHUSETTS 
Belmont High School, Belmont, Massachusetts 

MAJOR: English — MINOR: Contemporary English Literature 



It's good to be merry and wise, 
It's good to be honest and true. 




Sorbonne 3; Catholic Action 1, 
2; Glee Club 1; Dramatic Club 
2, 1: Freshman Forum; French 
Club 1. 2; Dean's List 4 times: 
Dean's Honor List once; Hockey 
Team 2. 



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BOX HILL, SAINT JAMES, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK 
Convent of the Sacred Heart, Eden Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

MAJOR: French - MINOR: English and Art 

The joy of the mind marks its strength. 



-Ninon de L'Enci.os 



7.15 We start the day 
at 7.15 Mass in our tiny 
chapel. On First Fridays 
we are more formal. 





Not only on First Fri- 
days, but on all Fridays, 
we have exposition of the 
Blessed Sacrament. 






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8.50 The warning buzzer! But there's still time— for Seniors who have 
learned how— to make a dignified and unhurried entrance to the first class. 





Meanwhile, our faculty members, who also have learned the uses of leisure, 
chat quietly in the faculty room or make a few last minute arrangements 
in the Dean's office. 








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9.10 While Father Dittoe, putting a few finishing touches on our four 
years' study of St. Thomas, expounds the order of the universe, a junior 
contemplates the problem of order on a lower scale. 




10.00 is Assembly time. Occasionally, a class meeting takes place, when 
important matters come up for discussion. 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Dorothy Englert, Vice-President; Helen Badenhausen, President; Mary 
Helen FitzGerald, Secretary; Lucille Joy, Treasurer. 



THE JUNIORS: 

The capable leadership shown in all the Junior Class Officers, during 
their three years here at Newton, makes us happy to have them as our 
successors for next year. Junior year is one of great change— from the 
ranking of a lower-classman to that of an upper-classman. It includes great 
plans, for productions such as Junior Weekend, and the beginnings of real 
responsibility. 




L. to R„- Standing, H. W. Sperry, C. Canniff, L. Joy, A. Hanrahan. 
Seated, V. Yawraan, M. H. FilzGerald, H. Badenhausen, J. Curran, D. Englert. 




L. to R.: Standing, C. McKinney, M. J. Farley. 

Seated, J. Garnjost, D. Killion, J. Baxter, D. Vanecek, J. Fitz-Gerald, M. Evans, P. Murray, 

E. Higeins, D. Sala. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Frances Johnston, Vice-President; Gail Ennis, President; Winifred 
Weber, Treasurer; Carolyn Morgan, Secretary. 



THE SOPHOMORES: 



In Sophomore year one grows very serious, and studies become of prime 
importance. This is evident as the Sophomore Class sits up on second 
floor Stuart, outside the Dean's office— first of all, contemplating a heavy 
schedule, and later on. wondering if or how they ever made it— the average, 
that is. The Sophomores have their lighter side also, as we have seen by 
the zest and cooperation of our little sisters in all the extra-curricular 
productions we have undertaken. 




L. to K.: Front row, J. Costello, M. Chisholm, V. Ohashi, B. A. Reilly, J. Ouigley; Second row, 
D. Haider. J. Coraba, L. McGrady, P. Donovan, S. Asselin, P. Leclaire, A. Sperry, M. Kirkpatrick; 
Back row, C. Morgan. 1'. Byrne, C. Arango, N. Wolanyk, N. Parchment, D. Skudsinskaite, 
F. Johnston, G. Ennis. 




/.. to R.: Front row, K. Shiobara. B. Castro, M. C. Herrera, M. C. Sanint; Second row. M. Nolan, 
M. Cortelli, M. J. Moyles. C. Bacciocco, M. Gcbhart, J. Trainor, H. Sullivan, M. T, Jugeat, 
W. Weber; Standing, C. Quinlan, E. Welch. 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Aileen Mannix, Treasurer; Mary Ellen McKeon, President; Mary 
Curran, Vice-President; Sheila McCarthy, Secretary. 



THE FRESHMEN: 

The Freshman year is spent getting used to everything, and learning all 
the ins and outs of college life. The officers here catch up on college 
activities by reading "885", the college newspaper just inaugurated this 
year. The rest of the class is seated in the famous "bird-cage room", or 
"checkerboard room" in Barat. The room has gone through many phases 
of use— as a dining-room, a classroom, a study room; and we all look 
forward to the day when the building program is complete and it will be 
a parlor— and one of the most pleasant ones on campus! 




L. to R.: Standing, E. Dempsev. S. MtCarlln 
I. Evans, S. McCne, G. Llagiino, M. DiMe 
S. Spencer, M. Nichols, J. Dillon. C:. Br 
J. Wallace. 



lvin, U. Cahalan, M. E. Ganil\. M. Johnson. 
Melloon: Seated, C. de Francisco, f. Slade, 
M. E. McKeon, M. Linehan, A. Mannix, 




L. to R.: Standing, A. C. Cnllom, L. Hartig 
G. O'Donnell, M. Blinstrub, I. Gomez, S. St 
G. Costa, M. Prendergast. 




11.30 While in the Assembly Hall one of Mrs. Balling's pupils proves 
she practised, Mr. Ebacher, in the little Barat library, discourses on French 
literature to a small group. 





At the same time, less energetic souls relax between classes, and two 
studious seniors catch up on their assignments in the Reference Room in 
Duchesne. 




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12.30 From different parts of the campus we converge on Stuart for 
luncheon. Oh, for that large, beautiful dining room which those who come 
after us will enjoy when Stuart is completed! After luncheon we are off 
for a pleasant drive. Anyone want anything in the Centre? 




12.50 is meeting time. 

CATHOLIC ACTION GROUPS 




CATHOLIC 

ACTION 

OFFICERS 

L. to R.: C. Morgan (Treas.). 

F. Mannix (Pres.), C. Hickey 

(Vice-Pres.). 

Absent: E. Higgins (Sec'ty). 



INTERRACIAL 

CLUB 

OFFICERS 

L. to R.: F. Johnston (Sec'ty- 
Treas.), P. Hollar (Pres.), J. 
Baxter (Vice-Pres.). 






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MISSION CLUB 
OFFICERS 

/.. /,. /;..■ ). Gamjosl (Sec'ty), 
C. McKinne) (/Vr.s.). A. Han- 
rahan (Treas.). 




L. to R.: Standing, S. McCarthy, C. Morgan, 
T. Curran, W. Weber, M. H. FitzGerald; Seatet 



O'Brien, G. Conley, N. Lane (Chairman 
.. Toy, A. Maiinix, Mother Keves, N. Dolar 



The Social Committee meets at this time on Monday, and makes plans 
to fill the social calendar with everything from balls to barn dances. And 
occasionally, other little things come np— like the question of that person 
who forgot to dress for dinner! 

At Student Government meetings at the same time on Wednesday, our 
elected representatives discuss the pros and cons of the constitution, 
consider new by-laws, or the improvement of old ones, and mete out 
punishment to the rare offender. 




L. to R.: Standing. F. Johns 
M. E. McKeon. D. Englert. 
Seated, H. Badenhausen, 
Conley (Pies.), J. Hartford. 




1.30 Whether it's hockey, basketball, volleyball, badminton or archery, 
it's always fun. 





HOCKEY TEAM 

/.. to H.: Top, E. Welch, B. 

Powell, W. Weber. 

Middle, A. Fulton, C. Quinlan. 

Bottom, J. Hartford {Captain), 



ATHLETIC 

ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 

Below, L. to R.: J. Hartford 
(Pres.), E. Welch (Sec'ty). 
Absent, N. Hurle\ (Vice-Pres.), 
H. W. Sperry {Treas). 



The Athletic Association sees that we get more exercise than just walking- 
back and forth from Duchesne. It keeps our hockey and basketball teams 
on their toes, and arranges games with other colleges, such as Regis, 
Emmanuel, and Boston College Nursing School. 




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2.30 About this time we may decide to take a trip down to Duchesne, 
perhaps to pick up that reserve book. If it's Friday, we will probably meet 
some of our classmates packing the car to leave for the weekend. 




On our way, we pass 
through the parking lot, 
where some other cars— 
notably the venerable 
Packard — are standing 
ready for any emergency. 




3.30 We may stop by the Tea House to pick up the latest gossip, have a 
smoke, or try our luck at a hand of bridge. 

The tea-house began its career as a garage, and after going through a series 
of changes, is now the special charge of the Duchesne boarders. One of the 
most enjoyable events of the year was the tea-house party to raise funds 
for its decoration. 




4.30 The afternoon is 
getting on. A Senior 
pauses to offer a feu- 
words of wisdom to some 
Freshmen outside Du- 
chesne. 

While, nearby, Miss 
Wheelwright's art class 
catches some sunset 
scenery. 




SCIENCE CLUB 
OFFICERS 

L. to R. : R. Mantautaite (Sec'ty- 
Treas.), B. Powell (JPres.), G. 

Fisher (J'ice-Pres.). 




5.30 i s meeting time for science enthusiasts. They meet once a month 
and plan scientific events of interest even to non-scientists. A movie on the 
Dupont family and a lecture on penicillin are some of their offerings to 
the student public. 





"Child of Mary of the Sacred Heart, following the example of Our Lady, 
my mission is to carry out the plans of His Heart for me and to help Him 
reveal Himself to the world." 

—The Promise of a Child of Mary 





N.S.A. AND 

N.F.C.C.S. 

DELEGATES 

L.toR.: F. \lmmix (N.F.C.C.S.), 
J. Baxter (N.F.C.C.S.), F. Con- 
nelly (N.F.C.C.S.), J. Curran 
(N.S.A.), P. Byrne (JV.S.,4.). 



Newton is well represented in the N.S.A. and N.F.C.C.S. organizations. 
Newton delegates attend meetings elsewhere, and keep the student body 
posted on student activities throughout the country. 



To widen the scope of our activities further, the International Relations 
Club seeks to foster deeper understanding among nations. 



I.R.C. OFFICERS 

L. to Ft.: A. O'Brien (Pres.), P. 
Byrne (Treas.), V. Bueno (Vice- 
Pres.). J. Baxter (Sec'ty). 




6.30 Dinner time! Our cheerful 
young nurses are on their way to 
Stuart. 



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Inside, they meet Patrick, 
Michael, and Frederick, who 
are happily on their way to 
their own homes for dinner. 




'The rest are mine" 
'Let's play it out.' 
DOWN ONE!" 



After dinner, "you have to cut your way through the smoker", for a 
cigarette, a conversation, or a bridge game. "Where are the ash trays?" 



Or there may be an I.R.C. panel discussion, or a barn dance or other 
informal party going on; so we migrate to the lounge or the playhouse. 





7.30 is lecture time. Father Louis Dowd, S.J., veteran of many years on 
the Chinese missions, stirred us all with his account of young Chinese 
Catholics under Communist rule. 

After dinner is also the busiest time on the telephone wires. As the 

switchbird tries to relax while handling three calls at once, those who 

"can't wait" form a line outside the telephone booth to make out-going 
calls. 




THE 
NEWTONES 




At least one evening a week is devoted by some to music or dramatics. 
The Newtones, our double quartette, and the small choir, practise in Stuart, 
but the Glee Club and Dramatic Club take the steep staircase down to the 
Playhouse. 




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The Glee Club is the 
Major Club for music 
lovers. Energetic and 
ambitious, they pro- 
duced the opera, Cosi 
Fan Tutti, in spring of 
last year. 




GLEE CLUB 
OFFICERS 

L. to R. : M. Evans (Treas.), H. 
Badenhausen (Vice-Pres.), J. 

C.ostelio (Vr'/v). 

Sealed, A. Berry, (Pres.). 





DRAMATIC 

CLUB 
OFFICERS 

L. to R.: J. Curran (Treas.), 
N. Dolan (Pres.), C. Quinlan 
(Se&ty), P. Hollar (Vice-Pres.). 



A small but hardworking group, the Dramatic Club includes Jacks (or 
Jills?) of all trades: dressmakers, scene designers, electrical engineers, as 
well as actors. Last year they produced The Rivals. This year they are 
adding Shakespeare's Much Ado about Noticing. 




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After a long evening of synchronizing the "firsts" and "seconds" for the 
Glee Club, and of getting Act II to follow Act I for the Dramatic Club, 
we all climb wearily up the stairs to bed; in Hardey House, perhaps, 
which is the only purely dormitory building. 



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8.30 It's nearly bedtime, but the editors, business managers, and roving 
reporters of Newton's publications are still working. The staff of Wheat 
and Cockle, our literary magazine, is collecting, criticizing, and editing 
original writing of Newtonians, while the staff of our newspaper, "885", 
applies much the same technique to reports of the news of the day. 



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"885" STAFF 

Top, L. to R.: P. Murray 

(Failure Editor), A. Sperry 
(Sports Editor). F. Johnston 
(Art Editor). D. Haider (Feature 
Editor). J. Baxter (Editor-in- 
Chief), 15. A. Reilh (News Edi- 
tor). C. Canniff (Make-up Edi- 
tor). 



WHEAT AND 
COCKLE STAFF 

Left, 1 '.. to R.: P. Murray. S. L. 
Whelan (Editor). C. Canniff, 
P. Hullai . J. Curran. 



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When the class of 1952 solemnly 
processed past us with graduation 
hoods and diplomas, we suddenly real- 
ized that we were Seniors. We deter- 
mined to make the last year the best. And 
as we lived that last year, we watched the 
three lower classes go through the same experi- 
ences we had had; in a sense, we re-lived our first 
three years in them. Here are some of this year's 
Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Classes, and some of 
the Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors that we used to be. 




It's only natural that Fresh- 
men should have lots of time 
to be frivolous! 



But we made sure that they 
were sobered up at hazing 
time! 







The Freshmen who invaded Newton's campus in September 1952 were not 
so very different from those who had come in 1949. We began our college 
life with a hilarious baby party (in appropriate dress). After being properly 
hazed, we settled down to a year of carrying chairs, cleaning the smoker, 
and wearing white dresses for all formal occasions. There weren't enough 
hours in the day for all the things we wanted to do, and at night, of course, 
we burned the midnight oil poring over Grenier— or maybe celebrating 
Arab night! There were picnics and tea-dances, "piyama parties" and 
bridge games in the smoker, mysterious lights shining in Stuart, and un- 
explained phones ringing in Barat. It was an unforgettable year! 



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This year's Sophomores suffered the same 
growing pains we did, but, like us, they 
seem to have come through unharmed— 
and even to have enjoyed the year. In 
spite of the traditionally heavy schedule, 
there always seemed to be time for 
proms and parties, week-ends at North 
Conway, and taking part in Glee 
Club and Dramatic Club produc- 
tions—besides a short trip now and 
then to the Newton Corner 
movie, or to the Deli! 





Our Sophomore year was marked by variety 
too. We became studious— and by the end 
of the year we had mastered the world's 
great books, pondered over Thomistic 
cosmology, and calculated the time in 
the middle of the Pacific when it was 
noon in Greenwich. When we finally 
won our caps and gowns, we didn't 
take them off all day. But we had 
other interests — ski week-ends, 
Hansel and Gretel, and Mary of 
Scotland— to mention only a few. 
And in June, many of us made 
a trip west for our class's first 
wedding. 





This year's Juniors reminded ns of onr own 
Junior year, not far in the past, when we 
took on new responsibilities, strained onr 
brains over the Brannon plan, and called 
forth all onr energies for that production of 
productions— Junior Weekend. 
As we danced at their Junior Weekend Ave 
couldn't help recalling our own, when we 
practically lived for weeks in the quonset cutting out decorations. We 
had some moments of fear that we might go into debt— but everything 
turned out well in the end. We thought nobody could ever equal our 
Junior Weekend— but this year's gave it some close competition! 





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The 

Graduation 

Dance and the 

Alumnae Ball 

were wonderful 

successes, for more 

than just graduates 

and the alumnae. 




us, they 
were also 
reminders 
that very soon 
we will be 
graduates— and 
then, alumnae 
ourselves. 




The faculty practises on us. 
but here are the children that 
really count! 



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JULIA AND PEDRO 



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fa*. LuOuu/d fikj fc flukjuk: 

Mother Maguire who shared the trials, tlie responsibilities, the fun 
involved in our every effort to produce this Yearbook. 
Her good-humored understanding converted even our 
disappointments to laughter. 

Mr. Waxler of the Alfred Brown Studio whose skill at catching us at on 
and off moments has provided us with many remem- 
brances of the serious and gay sides of college life. 

The Heffernan Press whose experience of many yearbooks lias saved us 
from the effects of our inexperience of any. 

Ann White whose artistic talent we could not do without. 

Phyllis Hollar who lent us her literary touch. 







/.. to R.: li. Powell (Busine, 
15. Chabot (Editor-in-Chief) 



Manager), V. Biieno (Asst. . 
E. Dealy (Literary Editor). 



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Q Helen Badenliausen, Old Short Hills Road, Short Hills, N. J. 

Joan Baxter, 68 Rowan Street. Providence, Rhode Island 
L Claire Canniff, 1172 Nottingham Road, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Nancy Cavvley, 61 Triangle Street, Danbury, Conn.; 

Janemarie Curran, Ardsley Park, Irvington-on-Hudson, N. V. 
g Dorothea Englert, 360 Main Street, Catskill, N. V. 

Mary Evans, Turpin Lane, Newton, Ohio 
S Mary Helen FitzGerald, 1237 W. Columbia Avenue, Chicago 26, 111. 

Julie Fitz-Gerald, 135 Charles Street, Boston 14, Mass. 

Judy Garnjost, 295 North Broadway, Yonkers, N. Y. 
O Arleen Hanrahan, 25 Westwood Drive, Worcester, Mass. 

Evelyn Higgins, 963 Centre Street, Newton Centre, Mass. 
r Lucille Joy, Old Battery Road, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Dorothy Killion, 180 Pond Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Carole McKinney, 2 St. James Street, Boston 19, Mass. 

* Nancy Lutes, Padanaram Road, Danbury, Conn. 
q Patricia Murray, Boston Road, Billerica, Mass. 

Delma E. Sala, Guayanilla, P. R. 
5 Helen Ward Sperry, Nod Hill Road, Wilton, Conn. 

Elizabeth Wheelwright, Chesham, N. H. 

• Virginia Yawman, 15 Elser Terrace, Rochester, N. Y. 

Clemencia Arango, Carrera 7, #72-49, Bogota, Colombia 
Claire Bacciocco, 2726 Johnstone Place, Cincinnati 6, Ohio 
Patricia Byrne, 18055 Hamilton Road, Detroit, Mich. 

r^ Beatriz Castro, Diagonal 34, #4-56, Bogota, Colombia 

Mary Chisholm, 164 Forest Street, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

L, J oan Comba, 28 Pearl Street, Milford, Mass. 

Florence Connolly, 11 Hilltop Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
Maureen Cortelli, 15 Brewster Street, Plymouth, Mass. 

Joan Costello, 28 Furnace Brook Parkway, Quincy, Mass. 
Rose-Anne Dognin, 670 Angell Street, Providence, R. I. 

S Patricia Donovan, a 000 Park Avenue, New York 28, N. Y. 

Gail Ennis, 24 Vermont Ave., Prospect Park, White Plains, N. Y. 

Donna Haider, 637 Hill Road, Winnetka, 111. 
O Sally Harty, 7701 Cherokee Street, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Frances Johnston, 1937 Boston Blvd., Detroit 6, Mich. 
' Marie-Therese Jugeat, 194 Ascan Avenue, Forest-Hills, N. Y. 

Margaret Kirkpatrick, 385 Cambridge Street, Allston 34, Mass. 

1 Margaret Knapp, 3 Spring Street, Marshfield Hills, Mass. 
Patricia Leclaire, 347 Main Street, Oxford, Mass. 

9 Lois Lee McGrady, 10 Sibley Avenue, Rochester 7, N. Y. 

Carolyn Morgan, 100 Stratford Street, West Roxbury, Mass. 
^ Mary Jane Moyles, 299 Garfield Place, Brooklyn 15, N. Y. 

c Mary Nolan, 25 Vermont Street, West Roxbury 32, Mass. 

Yasuko Ohashi, 347 Teramaecho Kanazawa, Yokohama, Japan 

Norma Parchment, 4 Merrick Avenue, Half Way Tree, Jamaica, B.W.I. 

Jane Quigley, 106 Washington Street, Geneva, N. Y. 

Caroline Quinlan, Hillside Road, Greenwich, Conn. 

Elinor Reardon, 132 North Main Street, Sharon, Mass. 



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Betty Anne Reilly, 27 Prince Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Maria Cristina Sanint, Carrera 23 #2157, Manizales, Colombia 

Kei Sato, 1656 Naka-cho, Saktirayama, Zushi, Kanagawa Prefecture 

Kuniko Shiobara, 102 Hane/awa, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan 

Dalia Skudzinskaite, 699 East Fifth Street, South Boston, Mass. 

Ann Logan Sperry, Nod Hill Road, Wilton, Conn. 

Helen Sullivan, 12 Hazelton Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Joan Trainor, 115 Corwin Road, Rochester, N. Y. 

Winifred Weber, 18654 Wildemere Road, Detroit 21, Mich. 

Eloise Welch, Ledge Road, Newport, R. I. 

Nadia Wolanyk, 2707 Poe Ave., Clevelend 3, Ohio 

Margaret Blinstrub, 700 Longfellow Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Alice Bonin, 140 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 

Catherine Brennan, 597 Fourth Street, Brooklyn 15, N. Y. 

Otilia Burbi, Carrera 5 #25 A-38, Apt. 101, Bogota, Colombia 

Ursula Cahalan, 3037 Van Alstyne Boulevard, Wyandotte, Mich. 

Gloria Costa, Agustin Ahumada #220, Mexico, D. F. 10 

Ann Carroll Cullom, 2 Gilmore Court, Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Mary Curran, 42 Wayburn Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Elizabeth Dempsey, Montgomery and Evergreen Aves., Chestnut Hill, 
A Philadelphia, Penna. 

q J oan Dillon, 66 Commonwealth Park, Newton, Mass. 

Marian DiMento, 34 Claymass Road, Brighton, Mass. 
C Clara de Francisco, Calle 48 #18-24, Bogota, Colombia 

Kathryn Galvin, 49 Monument Avenue, Charlestown, Mass. 

Mary Ellen Garrity, 27 Cross Street, Uxbridge, Mass. 

Carole Gillis, 176 Millburn Avenue, Millburn, N. J. 
vJ Isabel Gomez, Calle 49 #13-96, Bogota, Colombia 

Lucille Hartigan, 16584 Parkside Avenue, Detroit, Mich. 

Mimi Johnson, 709 W. 26th Street, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Marion Labourdette, 98 W. Genesee Street, Skaneateles, N. Y. 

Marion Linehan, 10 Myrtle Street, Belmont, Mass. 
1 Gloria Llaguno, Box 62, Monterrey N. L., Mexico 

Sheila McCarthy, 100 Thornton Road, Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
' Sheila Mary McCue, 161 Washington Street, Gloucester, Mass. 

c Mary Ellen McKeon, 219 Church Road, Ardmore, Penna. 

Aileen Mannix, 146 Beach 148 Street, Neponsit, Long Island, N. Y. 
6 Evelyn Mellon, 103 Woodbury Street, Providence, R. I. 

Sheila Murphy, 157 Langley Road, Newton Centre, Mass. 

Maryjo Nichols, 12770 Veronica Drive, Wyandotte, Mich. 

Mary Gail O'Donnell, 22688 E. River Road, Grosse He, Mich. 

Danute Petronis, 1 Webb Park, South Boston, Mass. 

Mary Prendergast, 41 Hillcroft Avenue, Worcester, Mass. 

Ann M. Rawson, 54 Hutchinson Road, Arlington, Mass. 

Jane Slade, 36 Edgemere Road, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Shirley Spencer, 285 Dana Avenue, Milton, Mass. 

Shirley Starrs, 263 Somerset Street West, Ottawa, Out., Canada 

Jean Wallace, 2523 Park Place, Evanston, 111. 

Mary Ford Whalen, 34 Iona Street, Roslindale, Mass. 



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privilege of formulating a plan for the students at 
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Class of 1955 



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